Created attachment 422486 [details]
Description of problem:
I'm using html version of signature with included image in thunderbird.
Signature is displayed correctly while sending a new email. But the image is not displayed (a broken-image icon is vissible) while replying to a message.
Image is processed in html as:
<img moz-do-not-send="false" src="file:///home/lkocman/.signature/logo.jpg">
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Setup a html/image based signature
2. Make the signature active in thunderbird by checking Attach the signature from file ... and selecting .html file as a signature (you can use attached tarball as a signature)
Broken-image icon in signature while replying to a message
Image should be visible when replying to a message
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Created attachment 422591 [details]
testing signature for reproducer
There is apparently really something wrong with HTML messages. When I create a reply to an email, I get correct HTML Composer with signature attached but only grey rectangle instead of image. When I double click on the rectangle image insert dialog dialog opens with correctly filled in URL for the image. Just OK without changing anything makes image rendered correctly.
When I try to save non-fixed message (with a grey rectangle instead of image) to Drafts I get an error message about wrong location of the image. Resulting draft then have instead of image
<img moz-do-not-send="false" src="cid:firstname.lastname@example.org"
but there is no such part included.
Created attachment 422592 [details]
screenshot of the error message when saving message as draft
Created attachment 422595 [details]
same as attachment 422487 [details] ... screenshot of incorrect message
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